Binhi at Ani to Host Vaccination and COVID Test Clinics, Oct. 26 and 30
Binhi at Ani Filipino Community Center hosts two clinics titled Bakuna at Binhiat Ani offering FREE vaccines and COVID-19 testing next week. Both clinics will be held at the Center, 780 Oneheʻe Ave. in Kahului, across from Maui Waena Intermediate School.
- The first clinic will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 5 to 8 p.m.
- The second clinic will be held on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 8 to 11 a.m.
All three vaccines (Johnson & Johnson, Moderna and Pfizer) will be offered at each clinic, along with a Moderna booster shot. Organizers say the first 100 to be vaccinated at each clinic will receive a free mini bento and bottle of water. Also, free COVID-19 tests will be administered at each clinic. No insurance is required but those participating are asked to bring their ID and insurance card if they are able.
“There is a continuing need for our community to be vaccinated and there’s a lot of misinformation,” said Melen Agcolicol, president of Binhi at Ani. “We need to get vaccinated to protect our families, so we can see our friends again and get back to real life.”
For both clinics, registration is not required but is highly recommended.
- Vaccination registration is available at the following link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D44A5AB2DA3FEC07-binhi3
- Registration for testing is available through the following link:
There are also QR codes on Binhi at Ani’s Facebook page.
“Binhi at Ani is grateful to our community partners for their support and participation so we can present these two free clinics,” said Agcolicol.
Bakuna at Binhi at Ani is sponsored in part and coordinated by Binhi at Ani, the State of Hawaiʻi Department of Health, the State of Hawaiʻi Senate, the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College (Nursing Department, Pharmacy Technical Department, Dental Hygiene Department, KapCC Paramedic Department and the UHMC Medical Center), The Filipino Association of Medical Doctors, The Philippine Nurses Association Maui, Hawaiʻi and The Fil-Am Voice.
Binhi at Ani, which means “Seed and Harvest” is a Hawaiʻi nonprofit corporation with a 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. It was incorporated in 1985 with the purposes of providing scholarships, promoting mutual respect and understanding among peoples of different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, promoting good citizenship and cultural awareness and promoting the general welfare. The Binhi at Ani Filipino Community Center located at 780 Oneheʻe Avenue in Kahului opened in 2005 and is the site of the annual Barrio Fiesta, celebrated on Maui for the past 52 years.